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Death, Disability, Directives, and Your Dental Practice

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 by Steve Wolff

HANG ON because this article is not going to be pleasant. We’re going to talk about things that are uncomfortable and easy to ignore. Nevertheless, it’s important to have this discussion, and it’s even more important to take some action. Most of us would like to believe that we are on a smooth, gentle path to the end of our…

Death and Disability Planning

Friday, February 1st, 2002 by John Cahill

Many of you are members of an organized Death and/or Disability Group, but there may be some of you reading this article who are unfamiliar with them. Basically, a Death and Disability Group is normally composed of six to 12 individual dentists who agree to work a member’s practice in the case of death or…

Planning for the Unexpected

Monday, November 5th, 2001 by John Cahill

We live in a world of change — a world when change and the unexpected happen as often as the stock market fluctuates. Smart investors protect themselves and their families from the volatility of the stock market by planning their investments through diversification. It is equally important for dentists to plan for their families’ protection…

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